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Dashville

  • Marker details
  • DescriptionHi, Dashville is our family run operation, a bushland festival venue and campground. We host many events over the year including a few larger festivals (2500 people) The site is our famnily property and we have built many things, including showers, toilets, gardens and parkland. We have the perfect place for travellers to come stay and enjoy the Hunter Valley, whilst doing general duties like gardening, building, cleaning etc in exchange.
  • LocationAustralia, New South Wales, Singleton Shire Council, Lower Belford

  • Work
  • Type of work Art project
    Building
    Farmstay
    Gardening
    General maintenance
    Help with eco project
    Other
  • Hours per day at least 3-4hrs each day. very flexible, morning work or afternoon work. it depends on the time of year as to what is appropriate. we have many thing happening at different times, so working hours is more based on skills and desire of the traveller.
  • Work requirements: general physical, healthy. interested in gardening and plants, permaculture values, construction minded is a bonus.
  • Host's preferences
  • Availability: Send a message to inquire.
  • Duration of stay: up to 2 weeks, but maybe longer for right persons.
  • Maximum number of helpers: 6
  • Last minute requests: Okay
  • Host
  • Languages:all languages...english, french, german, spanish
  • Has pets? yes we have 3 small dogs, a cat, a big pig, lots of wild birds, cheeky possums, well fed chooks, free skating wallabies and kangaroos.
  • Smokes at home? No
  • Accommodation: camping. equipment can be provided if necessary.
  • Additional info
  • September to May is our busiest period at Dashville, but we operate year round. you can visit our website for more info and images www.dashville.com.au